The person was fatally hit near the Irving Park station in the 3900 block of North Avondale Avenue, according to Fire Media Affairs.
This week’s unseasonably warm weather may be perfect for Thanksgiving Day football games, but it’s a little too warm for Chicago’s outdoor ice skating rinks.
A dense fog blanketing Chicago is affecting Thanksgiving travel plans on Wednesday.
A major computer outage at United Airlines delayed flights for thousands of travelers across the globe on Thursday, the third time this year a computer problem has hit the world’s largest airline.
A power failure on the South Shore line in Northwest Indiana is causing a major headache for commuters this morning.
A power outage on Midway’s airfield grounded dozens of flights and hundreds of passengers. The outage lasted for four hours, and CBS 2 learned the delays will be spilling into the weekend.
Late night Red and Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction is expected to cause minor delays.
Red Line trains are experiencing residual delays after service was temporarily stopped due to a report of smoke near the Clark and Division stop, according to the CTA.
Amtrak has filed an official complaint against Canadian National railway for regular delays on the route from Chicago to New Orleans.
At the height of the morning rush Thursday, someone saw fit to walk around on the busy Red-Brown-Purple Line ‘L’ tracks near Fullerton Avenue and slow down the commute for everybody.
Metra is apologizing to riders a day after signal problems forced Union Station commuters to experience lengthy delays, crowded conditions and communication issues.
Metra trains were delayed up to 45 minutes Monday night because of a switching problem near a Downtown station.
A Metra North Central line train was hit by a car this morning near Steeger Road west of Rand Road.
Gas prices and airfares are higher this year than last, but cost isn’t keeping people home for the holidays.
Late night Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this weekend as maintenance work is expected to cause minor delays.
Metra commuters can expect more delays during their morning commute Friday, a day after the fiery freight train derailment that halted the Milwaukee District-West line near Bartlett.
Late night CTA riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction on the Blue and Red lines will cause minor delays.
Chicago Transit Authority president Forrest Claypool says the agency is doing what it can to end the rampant employee absenteeism that can lead to long waits for passengers.
Commuters can expect delays this morning on Metra’s BNSF line after a disabled freight train halted five trains inbound into the city.
Overnight maintenance work is expected to cause delays this week on the Red and Blue lines. Passengers should allow extra travel time.